We asked you, which of the following do you think is the most crucial element in reaching a Zero Incidents goal?
a. optimized processes
b. refined regulations
c. increase of automation
d. increased training for personnel
e. more advanced technology for operation and inspection of equipment
Your answer was resounding and clear. The most crucial element in reaching a Zero Incidents goal is increased training and personnel.
Competence and the ability to demonstrate this competence is key to managing any asset. In the high-risk environment of the oil and gas industry, this is even more so the case. Competence, however, is not merely a certain skill or specific knowledge that can be acquired in a set period of time and tested with an exam. It is a combination of skill, knowledge, and experience, which is acquired over an extended period of time.
To support this need, ROSEN Education Systems and Services offers learning programs of different technical levels that enable professionals in the oil and gas industry to continuously deepen their expertise. Operators who give their employees access to these programs can be sure of a constant increase of certified competence within their company.
In response to your answer our next question gets a little more specific. So participate in this editions poll question.
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